Macro Files | Syntax Highlighting Files
On this page you'll find additional macros to use in Texturizer. Hopefully, the list of macros available on the site will grow in the future.
If you have some useful macros that you want to share with other users, please send them to email@example.com.
||Comments out the selected C/C++ code
|Delete To End Of Line
||Deletes the text from the cursor to end of line
||Indents selected lines with "> "
||Simple text encryption and decryption
||Mixes upper Case and lower case characters
|Remove Empty Lines
||Removes blank lines from the document
|Remove HTML Tag
||Removes text between "<" and ">"
||Loads the same system files as the SysEdit program
|Save & Run
||Saves the current document and runs it in the associated program
||Finds the next/previous occurrence of the word under the cursor
||Finds the next/previous occurrence of the currently selected text
Note: You may need to right-click the links and choose 'Save Target As', otherwise Internet Explorer will just display the macro source directly.
How to use macro files: Save the files in your Texturizer directory (normally C:\Program Files\Boingos\Texturizer) and then select 'Macro|Load Macro File...' in the Texturizer menu. Locate the macro file you want to use and click Open. The macro(s) stored in the macro file should now appear in the Macro menu.
Syntax Highlighting (STX) files are available for the languages listed below.
If you have created a STX file for a specific language, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be included on the site.
Note: You may need to right-click the links and choose 'Save Target As', otherwise Internet Explorer will just display the STX file directly.
How to use syntax highlighting files: Save the files in your Texturizer directory (normally C:\Program Files\Boingos\Texturizer) and then select 'Tools|Syntax Highlighting|Customize...' in the Texturizer menu. In the list of 'Available Syntax Highlighting Languages', select the language you downloaded and then add any file types that you want this language to apply on in the 'File Types Using This Language' list. Note that file types are the part of a file name after the dot. For example, the file type for a normal text file like 'david.txt' is 'txt'.